Members of the 1988 Camille Cougars, who won a 3A Alberta Schools Athletic Association Provincial Basketball championship on their home court were celebrated Friday night to open the Cougar Classic. Players in attendance included Andy Moldowan, Jason Langlaar, Jason Grey, Pat Manor, Ron Heidt and coach John Johnson. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Camille Cougars provincial winning basketball team reunites for 30th anniversary

The Notre Dame Cougars held a special ceremony to open the annual Cougar Classic basketball tournament.

Members of the 1988 Camille Cougars gathered Friday at their alma mater ahead of the tournament.

The Camille team was honoured on the 30th anniversary of its 3A Alberta Schools Athletic Association Basketball Provincial Championship win.

That season, they only lost one game, a tournament contest to Archbishop Jordan of Sherwood Park.

On home court in Red Deer, the Cougars beat Archbishop Jordan, who was the three-time defending champion to capture the provincial title.

On hand Friday from the winning team included five players: Andy Moldowan, Jason Langlaar, Jason Grey, Pat Manor, Ron Heidt and coach John Johnson.

The Cougar Classic goes throughout the day Saturday, with the final set for 8:15 p.m. at Notre Dame.



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At the Annual Cougars Classic Basketball tournament, the school honoured the 1988 Camille Cougars, who won the 3A Alberta Schools Athletic Association Provincial Basketball championship on their home court. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Members of the 1988 Camille Cougars, who won a 3A Alberta Schools Athletic Association Provincial Basketball championship on their home court were celebrated Friday night to open the Cougar Classic. Players in attendance included Andy Moldowan, Jason Langlaar, Jason Grey, Pat Manor, Ron Heidt and coach John Johnson. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

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